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Paul Rosche, the godfather of modern BMW motorsports, dies at 82

The BMW Motorsport legend passed away on Tuesday.

With over 40 years of experience at BMW, Rosche was the embodiment of the manufacturer's racing division.

Pics Aplenty: BMW celebrates 40 years of M

When we think of the BMW M division, the 1978 M1 comes instantly to mind, followed by the E30 M3 and then the 2001-2002 M Coupe. But the company's in-house hot rod shop actually dates back to 1972, when it was formed as a subsidiary to manage the company's racing operations, dubbed Jeff Sabatini

A behind-the-scenes look inside the BMW Classic warehouse

BMW Classic in Munich – Click above for high-res image gallery

BMW Z4 GT3 is the V8-powered Z4 M you can race

BMW Motorsport Z4 GT3 – Click above for high-res image gallery

BMW's Ultimate Computing Machine

The ultimate driving machine is getting the ultimate computing machine. OK, maybe that's an exaggeration, but BMW has reached an agreement with Intel to use their new Albert 2 supercomputer at the BMW/Sauber Development Center near Zürich, Switzerland. The Albert 2 is only 60th on the list of world's fastest supercomputers at 12.8 teraflops per second. We think that's even quicker than the 20,000 RPM F1 engines.